Engineering Mechanics of Solids
by Louis L. Bucciarelli Jr.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1994
Number of pages: 258
This is a book about the Mechanics of Solids, Statics, the Strength of Materials, and Elasticity Theory. Along the way you will learn about stress, strain, the behavior of trusses, beams, of shafts that carry torsion, even columns that may buckle.
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